Feeling sentimental for Camp Walden! Lindsay Lohan made us all nostalgic for The Parent Trap when she visited Annie’s home from her 1998 switcheroo film on Sunday, June 5.
The 29-year-old actress shared a photo on Instagram of herself in front of the gorgeous white house in London. She captioned it: “A trip down memory lane #sundayfunday #theparenttrapmovie ‘Annie’s house’ but it was number 7 in the movie.” In the snap, the residence is now marked with No. 23, and Lohan looks happy in a white tunic, ripped jeans, moccasins and sunnies.
Lohan, who was only 11 years old when she filmed the movie, played both Annie James and Hallie Parker in one of her most iconic roles. In the flick — a remake of the 1961 comedy with Hayley Mills — the identical twins, who were separated at birth, trick their parents and swap places. After meeting at camp, Annie returns to Napa, California, to finally meet her dad, and Hallie pretends to be her British sister and goes to London to meet her mom.
The starlet has recently shared several Instagram photos of herself looking back at her twinning role in the remake of the 1961 original. On St. Patrick’s Day, she shared a photo of red-haired Annie, writing, “Happy #St.Patrick’sDayReds.” A day later, she posted a Dubsmash video of herself recreating the famous scene where Annie tells the camp counselors they can come into the cabin after it’s been pranked and totally destroyed by Hallie.
The Mean Girls star has been living in London in recent months with her fiancé, Egor Tarabasov. A source previously confirmed to Us Weekly that the actress is engaged to the Russian real estate agent. “He loves her, protects her and keeps her out of trouble,” another insider told Us of her younger love. Back in April, Lohan showed off her oval-shaped emerald engagement ring during a Duran Duran concert in NYC.
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